Sunday, January 27, 2013

Garden Dreaming for Mosaic Monday

We are heading into the last week of January and I have started looking through the 
gardening magazines and seed packets.
Dreaming of the perfume of spring, summer blooms,
buzzing insects and warm breezes.


How are you filling these last days of January?
Joining Little Red House for Mosaic Monday.

Thank you stopping in and I hope you have a great week.


22 comments:

Lisa Gordon said...

We actually spent part of this weekend doing the very same thing, Jen! Gives me lots to look forward to when it has been so very cold here.

I love the mosaic you put together. It says, "Spring!"

Happy Sunday to you!

Pondside said...

I received the latest copy of Canadian Gardener last week and have yet to investigate - saving it!

eileeninmd said...

Oh yes, something nice and pretty to look forward to. Have a great day and week ahead.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love all of the colorful seed packets at the home improvement stores. Today I noticed everything had fresh mulch at the park! Happy Sunday!

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Jen
We're having the same dreams. I've been looking at seed packets to sample and write about. Growing veggies in containers is what I plan to do more of this year.
Judith

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

The gardening magazines sure make me want to be out in the garden. With no snowcover this winter I wonder if I am going anything survive. Maybe it will be a new garden. Valerie

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

I am so ready for Spring...need to get a plan in place!
Visiting from MM...
Blessings,
Cindy

Lynn Holland said...

To much snow here we canteen see the garden. It's nice to see what you are planning

Vee said...

Such fun to look at, such fun to dream, such fun to plan the garden a little more...

shirley said...

Yes, this is the perfect time of year to plan for the gardening season! Great collection.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Limited as to what I can do in my small courtyard, but looking forward to some pretty flowers.
Thanks for stopping by and nice comment on daughter's crochet. I will pass it along to her.
Have a great week.

Nancy said...

I have been looking through some catalogues for spring clothing hoping to get myself motivated to loose some weight....Of course I am very also very interested in planning my flower beds for the spring.....

Rajesh said...

Great set of magazines.

Jill Harrison said...

ah the joy and anticipation of the coming spring and summer! We here at the end of January have had a few days respite from blistering summer heat, though I hear it is heating up again next weekend.
Take care and have a wonderful week and fun planning your spring/summer garden.

Carol L McKenna said...

Lovely mosaic helping to 'feel' Spring ~

Carol of: A Creative Harbor ^_^

Still taking out walks in the cold and sometimes after snow fall ~ painting, writing haiku and being with family and friends ~ sacred January days.

Karen Harvey Cox said...

Lovely mosaic. I am a snow bunny, so I am enjoying winter. Waiting for some more snow today. I start thinking about Spring in March when I am ready for a new season.

I think it is much harder to get through the winter when you are a gifted gardner, like yourself.

Have a beautiful Monday.

Karen

camp and cottage living said...

Love your mosaic! It does remind me that Spring is coming.
For me, it doesn't happen until the first of June.

~~~jennifer~~~ said...

Yep, I've been doing the same thing. I've got my list of flower seeds I want to order. Just waiting on the hubby to pick out our veggies. It's fun imaging what the garden might look like come summer.

Riet said...

WE stayed inside because Saturday there was lots of snow and Yesterday it poured with rain.

EG CameraGirl said...

January is going by very fast for me - birding. I love birding because it can be enjoyed all year. :)

Mary Howell Cromer said...

I love getting seed catalogs, as well as all gardening catalogs, so I know that you had a good time...come on spring!

Anna said...

I'm with you, dreaming of all things spring-y!!!! Can't wait to see green and flowers again.....we are quite a ways off from that though, having just received a fresh blanket of thick snow :(